EU foreign ministers agreed Monday to back the extension of economic measures imposed on Russia until June of next year.
Eurozone leaders are set to meet on Monday in last efforts to solve a debt crisis that could force Greece out of the single currency area.
Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta has announced he is vacating the office for some time for health reasons.
Tens of thousands took to the streets of UK towns and cities on Saturday to defy reelected PM David Cameron's plans to continue with austerity policies.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has called for a stop to the ultimatums posed to his country at a speech held at the International Economic Forum in Saint Petersburg Friday.
Greek banks are expecting to be subjected to massive outflows after the latest round of talks between Athens and its international creditors on agreeing a new bailout for the country, failed to reach progress on Thursday.
Russia and Greece signed on Friday an intergovernmental cooperation memorandum on the construction of a continuation of the Turkish Stream pipeline on Greek territory.
The Serbian government expressed readiness to shut down state media in case they do not comply with the approaching privatisation deadline.
The opposition centre-right group, which is led by former Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen defeated the ruling centre-left coalition in the general elections, which were held in Denmark on Thursday.
The gap between fiscal targets proposed by Athens and international creditors is quite narrow, Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has said, after a Eurogroup-IMF meeting on Greece's debt talk ended with no results.
There have been no results at the last-minute negotiations at a Luxembourg meeting of Eurozone finance ministers also attended by Christine Lagarde of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has said in an article published by German daily Tagesspiegel.
Construction of the Turkish Stream project might begin as soon as end June or the beginning of July 2015 as stated by Russian Energy minister Alexander Novak on Thursday in an interview for RBC TV.
The construction of a vertical gas corridor that will be connecting Bulgaria, Greece and Romania was one of the topics discussed at the meeting of Bulgarian Foreign minister Daniel Mitov and his Greek counterpart Nikos Kotzias, BGNES reported.
Conflicts and violence across the world have increased the number of people forced to leave their homes to the record 60 million on a global scale, as reported by the UN.
Greece will not privatize gas company DEPA, according to Energy Minister Panagiotis Lafazanis.
Hungary is set on building a 4-kilometer fence along its border with Serbia in order to counteract the immigrant influx to the country.
Romanian nuclear energy company Nuclearelectrica hopes to finalize an agreement on the construction of units 3 and 4 of the Cernavoda nuclear plant with China General Nuclear Power Corp by end-2015.
NATO condemned the announcement of Russian President Vladimir Putin, who said on Tuesday that the country is planning to boost its nuclear arsenal by forty new intercontinental ballistic missiles.
The leader of the French National Front Marine Le Pen announced in Brussels on Tuesday the establishment of a new far-right political group in the European Parliament.
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